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Odisha Police Motor Transport and Odisha State Armed Police(Special Security) Battalion Service (Method of Recruitment and Conditions of Service of Drivers) Rules, 2014

13. Sports achievement.-

Only the following disciplines in the sports achievement shall be considered for award of marks, namely:-

(i) Athletics (xiv) Kabaadi
(ii) Archery (xv) Karate Do
(iii) Badminton (xiv) Kayaking & Canoeing
(iv) Basket ball (xvii) Lawn Tennis
(v) Body Building (xviii) Power Lifting
(vi) Boxing (xix) Rowing
(vii) Cricket (xx) Shooting
(viii) Cycling (xxi) Swimming
(ix) Equestrian (xxii) Table Tennis
(x) Football (xxiii) Tae Kwon Do
(xi) Gymnastics (xxiv) Volleyball
(xii) Hockey (xxv) Weight Lifting
(xiii) Judo (xxvi) Wrestling

(2) The following guidelines shall be followed while awarding marks for sports achievement, namely:-

(a) For each of the 26 sports disciplines above, there are National Sports Federations/ Associations, recognized by the Department of Youth Affairs & Sports, Government of India. In case of team games such as Football, Cricket and Hockey, there are separate recognized National Sports Federations for men. The Indian Olympic Association is also a similarly recognized National Sports body for all the Olympic Sports disciplines.

The marks shall be awarded for winning medals or positions either in the international competitive sports events or National Sports Championships organized, or in case of international sports events, the participation sponsored, either by the recognised National Sports Federations or Associations or Indian Olympic Association, or by the corresponding Odisha State Sports Association affiliated to the recognised National Sports Federations or Associations.

(b) The Sports events, not being the Open National Championship, even if organised by the aforesaid recognised National Federations or Associations, or the corresponding affiliated Odisha State Sports Associations shall not be eligible for award of marks for sports achievements.

(c) Sports achievements in the Open National Championships organised for men, Junior and sub-junior boys only shall be eligible for award of marks.

(d) Sports achievements or participation in the open competitive international sports events organised for men, Junior and sub-junior boys only shall be eligible for award of marks, provided the participation was sponsored either by the recognised National Sports Federations or Associations or the Indian Olympic Association.

(e) It shall be the responsibility of candidates, who may produce certificates of their sports achievements, to establish that the sports events in question were organised by the recognised National Sports Federations or Associations or under their aegis, by their corresponding affiliated State Sports Associations; or in case of international sports events, the participation was sponsored as required in this rules; and that the sports certificates produced by them have been issued by the authorised office bearers of such National or the International Sports Organisations.

The sports certificates produced must identify the sports meet, the discipline, the event, the venue and the dates on which it was held. It must mention that it was either an Open National Championship or an international competitive sports event. The sports achievement certificates issued otherwise than above shall not be eligible for award of marks.

(f) In case of any doubt with regard to the veracity of the sports achievements certificates the matter shall be referred to the Director of Sports by the Board for seeking necessary reports or confirmation from the concerned recognised National Sports Federations or Associations or the Indian Olympic Association, as the case may be. The names of such candidates shall not appear in the select lists until final decision is taken by the Board.

(g) A candidate must choose only one of his achievements in the aforesaid sports event for awarding the marks.

(h) Marks shall not be awarded for more than one achievement.

(3) The marks shall be awarded for the following sports achievement only:-

(a) Winning a medal in Open National Championship:

For a Gold Medal 10 Marks
For a Silver Medal 07 Marks
For a Bronze Medal 05 Marks

(b) Representing the Country and participating in a competitive International Sports Meet or

Championship and winning no medal 10 Marks

(c) Winning medals in the competitive International Sports Meet or Championship:

For a Gold Medal 15 Marks
For a Silver Medal 14 Marks
For a Bronze Medal 13 Marks

Note: 1 The Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals respectively shall mean the First, Second and Third Rank, whenever the Medals are not awarded.

Note: 2 Recognised National Federation or Association of various sports discipline shall mean recognised by the Department of Youth Affaires & Sports of Government of India.





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